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MediaCoder is an audio/video batch transcoder, putting together lots of excellent audio/video codecs & tools from the open source community into an all-in-one solution, capable of transcoding amon... More

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AUDIENCE : advanced users
LICENSE : gnu general public license (gpl)
proprietary license : OPERATING SYSTEM : windows 2000
windows 2003 : windows 95 : windows 98 : windows nt : windows xp : PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE : javascript
c++ : C : USER INTERFACE : win32
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